Time Goes with Five Covers for Annual ‘Time 100′ Issue

By Chris O'Shea Comment

If you ask us, Time only needed one cover for its annual Time 100 issue, which lists the 100 most influential people in the world. Instead, the glossy published five U.S. covers, along with two international ones. The one person we would’ve picked? Malala Yousafzai, the 15-year-old Pakistani girl who stood up for women’s rights, despite being hunted by the Taliban. This is just a hunch, but we think she might be more influential than Jennifer Lawrence.

Some highlights from the Time 100:

  • 35 out of the 100 people are women.
  • Michael Bloomberg profiles Jay-Z, so go ahead and read that for some unintentional humor.
  • Lena Dunham didn’t make the list! Kidding. Of course she did.